The Translations … with an Introduction by Hugh Kenner.

London, Faber & Faber, 1953.

8vo, pp. 408; a fine copy in a very good dust-jacket, spine slightly sunned, small chip at head; bookplate of the BBC producer D. G. Bridson.

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